[MLB-WIRELESS] Data Recovery tools?
dawormie at gmail.com
Mon Mar 22 18:45:57 EST 2010
Try this one:
We use it at work when our sales staff delete their PST files... :)
2010/3/22 Stuart Deagan <deagan at gmail.com>
> Runtime Get data back for NTFS is the best one I've used of late when I
> accidentally formatted a partion.
> Easy Recovery Professional I've also used another time when my hdd crashed
> and lost the MFT. It seems to be designed specifically around microsoft
> office files, but again works for anything. Wasn't quite 100% (couple of
> corrupted JPEGS) etc, but still pretty good. Might be your only option if
> its fat32.
> On Mon, Mar 22, 2010 at 6:26 PM, Mark Aitken <nodegxt at yahoo.com.au> wrote:
>> A friends son has lost all his VCE notes off his usb key, (why people
>> dont back up is beyond me!!!!), anyway, they asked the Gamer nextdoor
>> and then they ask me.......
>> I am currently going through the mass of so called data recovery tools
>> available on the net both free and pay varieties with mixed results.
>> One, ParetoLogic data Recovery reports back a heap of files but I am
>> suspicious of unknown software that is just to good to be true! Bit
>> like "lets scan your computer
>> for malware....OMG, we have found heaps, buy our product and we will
>> save you!!!!!!!"
>> So, what are your recommendations for tools?
>> S far I have tried,
>> Pandora Recovery
>> and a few others.
>> Any assistance, ideas, sources, most appreciated.
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